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November 14, 2012

Loving care, answered prayers and a bake sale

By MakalaArce MakalaArce (@MakalaArce)

For Carey Deacon, the support of co-workers along with her daughter’s medical care reaffirmed her decision to return to work at the “only place she felt passionate about.” Carey Deacon sped from her mother’s graveside to the emergency room with her 15-year-old daughter, Catherine, doubled over in pain beside her in the car. “I was […]

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Tags: Carey Deacon, Catherine Deacon, Charles Coddington, dermoid tumor, employee, Employment, Matthew Robertson, ovary, Surgery, tumor

April 23, 2009

Me+you=diversity and mutual respect at Mayo

By Yvette martin Yvette martin (@yvette martin)

One of our committed allied health staff members in Arizona recently submitted a quote to the site Diversity Subcommittee for our Best Quote contest that depicts a compelling statement about the importance of diversity. In response to the nominal prize she received, here’s her submission and story: “What divides us pales in comparison to what […]

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Tags: career, Diversity, Employment, human resources, job, Mayo Clinic

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